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Festival Screening of Let There Be Light
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Mary Clerkin Higgins
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"Let There Be Light" has been accepted into the 'DC Independent Film Festival' - the oldest independent film festival in Washington, DC.  It will be shown at the Washington National Cathedral on Friday, March 8th at 7PM. Follow the link below for tickets:

http://dciff-indie.org/2013-festival/2013-film-selection/documentaries/let-there-be-light/

The film follows Rowan LeCompte and Dieter Goldkuhle as they make their last great window for Washington National Cathedral. These two grand masters of stained glass labor to create a masterpiece in a race against time. Told with stunningly beautiful images, this is a story about the struggle to create great art using glass and light.


Mary Clerkin Higgins, NYC
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